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    Tiny 565 Square Foot West Hollywood Home Sells for Almost 1.2M

    A tiny 565 Square Foot West Hollywood home located at 8861 1/2 Cynthia Street, has sold for $1,121,000 (final price estimated at $1,172,716 according to RedFin). The asking price began at nearly $1.4 million and the price dropped numerous times. The home is located across the street from the Los Angeles County Fire Dept. Station 7, West Hollywood. It is hidden and easy to miss behind high hedges.

    “I told you about this tiny home in West Hollywood back in April and no one could believe that the asking price was nearly $1.4 million for a one bedroom, one bath 565 square foot home,” wrote real estate agent Daniel Madariaga who can be found at @daniellosangeles (Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley) on his Instagram account. “Buyers we’re not having it, forcing the sellers to drop their price several times on this craftsman bungalow. The original asking price 1.4. The selling price 1,121,000.”

    Tiny West Hollywood Home Sells for almost 1.2 Million dollars- WEHO TIMES
    Tiny West Hollywood Home Sells for almost 1.2 Million dollars- WEHO TIMES

    The home is described as a “charming, rare, and romantic circa 1924 Craftsman Bungalow cottage hidden away by privacy fencing down a quiet lane in the cherished Norma Triangle. Light and airy open floor plan with cozy bedroom, bath, and updated kitchen. Period hardwood floors and details. Ample outdoor yard space with wrap around porch, fire pit, and lounge area are pitch-perfect for entertaining and dining al fresco. A serene, relaxing, sanctuary oasis just steps away from fine dining and shopping in the heart of West Hollywood.”

    There is also a large hedged outdoor space which includes a fire pit, hot tub spa, wrap around porch and lounge area to entertain guests or family. “In the heart of West Hollywood; restaurants, shops and grocery are nearby. This one is a jewel!”

    The one bedroom and one bath, 565 Sq Ft home (It sits on a 2,240 Sq. Ft lot)  sold on September 19, 2023.

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    Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience as a columnist, reporter, and photo journalist. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. His work has appeared in numerous print and online publications, which include the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, where he covered breaking news and local events in West Hollywood. He can be reached at [email protected]

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    RJ Holguin
    RJ Holguin
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    7 months ago

    You’re paying for lot size of 2,269 and 100 year old house❗️

    ThomasS
    ThomasS
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    7 months ago

    Being a RE agent I do know you can go 50% in sq feet in the home to your lot. meaning legally you can expand to aprox.1000 feet out of a 2200 sq ft lot with proper permits. $2000 a sq foot has to be a record here. Jeeez

    Natasha
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    7 months ago

    Yes, you can go 50% in sf based on the size of the lot. The issue with a 2200sf lot is you really need to go to a 2nd story and the foundation may not be able to accommodate it without tearing it all down. With set backs, etc., I don’t know how much space there is to add to a single story.

    Enough!
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    7 months ago

    If this is across from the fire station -east side of San Vicente – then it’s not the Norma Triangle. You’re paying for the land and the location – not necessarily the size of the home. And for the luxury of not having someone above or below you or a shared wall with another person(s). Good to hear property values haven’t declined…yet. Even with the rise in crime, homelessness and cost of living in this city.

    Mike
    Mike
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    7 months ago

    It isn’t in the Norma Triangle. The Norma Triangle comprises Keith Ave, Lloyd Place and Norma Place. All of which are west of San Vicente just a few blocks north of SMB. Last year a small lot house in the Norma Triangle sold for over 2 million. Granted that house was in much better shape and a bit larger.

    Mark Bender
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    7 months ago

    Thats considered a luxury??

    Natasha
    Natasha
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    7 months ago

    This isn’t that surprising in the Norma Triangle. It would be worth more if the lot wasn’t so tiny. Not much you can do with a 2240sf lot.

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